Human Molecular Genetics
An advanced study of the supramolecular organization, structures and functions of the human genome, and their implications in genetic diseases, including cancer. Topics will include current advances in genomics, animal models of diseases, molecular pathology and gene therapies.
- Credit will be granted for only one of BIOL 536, BIOL 436.
- A combined undergraduate and graduate course.
- Please contact instructor for more information.
Graduate course in the Biology program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.